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How to disable the Priority Inbox feature in Gmail

How to disable Priority Inbox in Gmail

Gmail recently launched the Priority Inbox feature; the feature seems to be nice enough, though in my opinion, choosing the Multiple Inboxes feature accompanied with the filters can work better for you. On the other hand, I came across several posts and found people loving this new feature. By now this feature is available to almost all the Gmail users, ...

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Add Images / Links to GMail signatures : Now Official

Gmail Signature

Gmail has now officially supported for Signatures which can contain links, images and almost anything by adding Rich Text Support to the signature settings which is available in your account settings.Though you don’t get to add HTML codes directly into it. Apart from this you can have different email signature for email addresses you have added to your account. This is ...

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Drag and Drop files to attach in Gmail

Gmail Team keeps adding something new, let it be multiple inboxes, new window shortcuts, themes, message preview etc. and no doubt these things keep giving another reason to make Gmail your primary email service. Here is another new entrant in the feature list; this feature allows you to attach files in your Gmail simply using the Drag and Drop method. ...

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Gmail : Mark Unread from here

By default when you open an email conversation all the replies made is marked as read. However many a time you might have time to just read few of them and feel reading rest of them later. Mark Unread from here is a Google Laps feature for Gmail which allows you to partly read conversation and make rest of it ...

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Drag Drop Messages into Labels and reverse in Gmail

A nice surprise in Gmail when I logged in now is that we can drag and drop messages into labels and also Labels into Messages. This makes usage of labels now more productive and you don’t have to worry about selecting messages and then applying some labels or removing from them. Also Labels had been moved up with most used ...

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How to transfer mail from Yahoo to Google account

Gmail recently added  a feature which lets you import all your mails from any mail account which supports POP3. Yahoo Mail does support POP3 for its Plus users and now its easy to get all this in gmail account. This is useful if you are no longer using those accounts and are just there because you have some mails which ...

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Gmail Multiple Inboxes : What Why Where and How

Gmail recently launched the Multiple Inboxes feature, a very cool feature which widely simplifies the management of your incoming and outgoing mails by categorizing the mails and keep them in separate panels. Very helpful for people who send or receive loads of messages every day. What is Multiple Inboxes  in Gmail ? Multiple Inboxes feature is an extension of the ...

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Muting or Ignoring Conversations in Gmail

We often keep subscribing to mailing lists, like Google Groups where not all the conversations are for you. It is sent to the group and might have no mention about you. This kind of conversation most of use read it later in our free time. Gmail has the solution for these unimportant messages ( this is like a compromise, lol ...

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How to Forward / Reply with selected parts of an email

FOrwarding, Replying emails become a messy business when it becomes a chain mail. In short when a mail contains either all previous conversations of mail along with the original one in case of reply or all forward junk information when you forward. Most of the time these extra might not be required. You might want to send only a part of ...

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Themes comes to Gmail !!!!

I was just checking my mails and Something happened to My Gmail windows and I saw the color was changed to Sky Blue. I was like WTF!!! and Refreshed the page and got a message on the top which was pointing that Gmail have themes now. Shiny Theme Desk Theme Zoozimp Theme Update : Some themes might look for your ...

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